When the Maersk Group publishes it second quarter interim report Wednesday, analysts, shareholders, and all other stakeholders in the large shipping and oil group will be keeping an eye on one thing in particualr.
Will CEO Søren Skou be able to keep the promises made for the full year? Namely a USD 1 billion improvement of Maersk Line's net result for 2017 compared to last year's deficit of USD 376 million, which would mean a full-year result for 2017 of USD 600-700 million.
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